By Dan Rudy 

2017 – a year in review

 

January 4, 2018

Submitted Photo

Outfitted in pink and bearing signs, 20 community members took part in a march around town as part of the wider Women's March to Washington held on January 21.

Another year begins this week, and 2018 both holds promise and poses challenges to Wrangell residents. Economic trials will perhaps be of the greatest concern as state coffers seem set to dry up and fishing forecasts continue to disappoint. Limits to funding sources will be of particular bother as the borough continues to address an aging infrastructure, though securing state funding for the Shoemaker Bay Harbor refurbishment and an expected start to the belated Evergreen Road repaving should both be legs up in the coming year.

Looking back on the last year, the town saw the addition of new...



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